Grant Name:

Salmon Aquaculture Project

  • Date Awarded:
    Mar 2005
     
  • Amount:
    $1,525,000
     
  • Term:
    36 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF655
     
  • Funding Area:
    Environmental Conservation
     
 
 

This grant supports the National Environmental Trust project titled, "Salmon Aquaculture: A Markets Campaign for Reform." Outcomes for this grant include adoption of farmed-salmon purchasing standards, which require suppliers to mitigate threats to wild fish and the environment, by a major retailer and adoption of policies consistent with codification of these market-driven reforms by regulators.

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Feb 2016 Boreal Salmon Watersheds Land Management Reform Environmental Conservation 60 months $7,500,000
Nov 2015 Bridging Traditional Knowledge and Western Science in a Community-Based Vision for Sustainable Development Planning and Practices in the Bering Strait Region Environmental Conservation 15 months $263,500
May 2015 Supporting the PNA Fishery to Maintain its MSC Certification Environmental Conservation 26 months $290,000
Mar 2015 Salmon Ecosystem Protection in Boreal Watersheds Environmental Conservation 21 months $1,750,000
Apr 2014 Salmon Ecosystem Protection in BC’s Boreal Watersheds Environmental Conservation 12 months $1,000,000
Jan 2014 Supporting the PNA Fishery to maintain its MSC certification 14 months $290,000
Aug 2011 BC Mining Reform 2 Environmental Conservation 30 months $1,775,000
Sep 2008 British Columbia Mining Reform Environmental Conservation 15 months $710,000
Apr 2008 Aquaculture Reform Corporate Campaign Environmental Conservation 24 months $1,500,000
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